The Curative Hypnotherapy Clinic          
Changing Lives Achieving Health
Sports Performance
Curative hypnotherapy and NLP can both be used to great effect with sports performance. Curative hypnotherapy can help to deal with any confidence problems or any problems associated with feeling ‘tight’, often a problem during competitions. NLP can help with your belief in yourself and you only have to count the number of top flight athletes and sportsmen and women with a belief to realise the advantage this can give.
We can use the NLP to create associations between your performance and that of the best sportsmen and we can use imagery to achieve the best technique for your competition. These techniques have been used in many areas but most notably Formula 1, particularly the start of the race and qualifying, and tennis, to achieve a relaxed stroke and avoid the Jeremy Bates Wimbledon performance you may remember.
Patient Testimonials
"The negative feelings I had used to hold me back but now there’s nothing stopping me!” Mr R, Wolverhampton.
"I really enjoyed the final! I never thought I would get so far." Mr H, Wythall.
To find out more about our therapists at The Curative Hypnotherapy Clinic click About Us .
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 Weight loss*

 Stop smoking*

 Fears and phobias

 Stress management*

 Sports performance


 IBS treatment*

 Low confidence

 Anger management






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 Other condtions treated


Latest Research

Complementary therapies for reducing body weight: a systematic review.


Systematic review: the effectiveness of hypnotherapy in the management of irritable bowel syndrome.


Hypnotherapy and biofeedback therapy for atopic eczema.


Hypnotherapy for nocturnal enuresis.


Psychological interventions for overweight or obesity.


Hypnotherapy for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.


A systematic review to examine the impact of psycho-educational interventions on health outcomes and costs in adults and children with difficult asthma.


Source:  NHS

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